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Commerce Department

(Daily News)
October 31, 2018

International Trade Commission members on Tuesday asked the aluminum industry why it did not ask for for an investigation into common alloy aluminum sheet imports before the Commerce Department self-initiated anti-dumping and countervailing duty probes earlier this year.


(In Trade)
October 25, 2018

Three senators say the bilateral trade relationship should be advanced “by exempting South Africa from the Section 232 tariffs, which will in turn preserve our AGOA agreement with South Africa and support the U.S. poultry industry.”


(Daily News)
October 24, 2018

To ensure that more U.S. steel and aluminum is used in auto manufacturing, the Trump administration must give companies more time to adjust to Section 232 tariffs, auto industry representatives said on Wednesday.


(In Trade)
October 22, 2018

Sen. Marco Rubio and Reps. Carlos Curbelo, Ileana Ros-Lehtinen and Mario Diaz-Balart say Colombia “should be a priority.”


(In Trade)
October 19, 2018

The U.S. Privacy Shield ombudsperson is serving in an “acting” capacity.


(In Trade)
October 18, 2018

The Commerce under secretary touts a “need for mechanisms that promote interoperability of privacy frameworks to ensure that data can flow across borders while strengthening cross-border cooperation among enforcement authorities.”


(Daily News)
October 17, 2018

As the U.S. continues to face global and domestic pushback on Section 232 steel and aluminum tariffs, as well as a probe of auto imports, the Commerce Department is continuing an under-the-radar uranium investigation that has sparked a raft of reactions.


(In Trade)
October 15, 2018

Commerce is considering imposing duties ranging from 258.74 to 1,731.75 percent.


(In Trade)
October 12, 2018

The American Institute for International Steel says the statute is unconstitutional.


(In Trade)
October 01, 2018

Side letters say the U.S. won't put “tariffs or import restrictions on goods or services” from Canada or Mexico “under Section 232 ... for at least 60 days after imposition of a measure.”


(In Trade)
September 28, 2018

Earlier this month, the department modified its exclusion process by establishing multi-tiered rebuttal provisions and outlining steps to “streamline” efficiency.


(In Trade)
September 19, 2018

“An opportunity to engage with experts on what new tariffs on automobiles and automotive parts could mean for families, job creators and U.S. economic growth.”


(Daily News)
September 17, 2018

The administration last week told the Court of International Trade that President Trump's application of Section 232 restrictions on steel imports was in line with congressional intent behind the statute in a filing that cited Supreme Court rulings as justification for the national security-based actions.


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